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Why Should You Continue Routine Chiropractic Care during Winter

  • Jan
  • 31st
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  • Dr. Scott
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Winter is here. While the season is enjoyed by many, the cold and the season can bring out its' own type of viruses like the common cold. Staying fit means staying active. But if you are already in pain due to an injury or alignment problem, the cold, dry winter can make it w

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Should You Consider Chiropractic Care to Heal Your Tennis Elbow?

  • Jan
  • 25th
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  • Dr. Scott
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  Despite the name, Tennis Elbow can effect even non-tennis players. Any kind of repetitive physical activity can lead to this type of injury. It causes intolerable pain and you often have difficulty in lifting objects. Tennis Elbow: An Overview Tennis Elbow effects

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How Chiropractic Solutions Relieve Your Seasonal Allergies

  • Dec
  • 27th
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  • Dr. Scott
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Allergies are a year round problem for some people.  While most people experience a runny nose, watery eyes, and sneezing during the spring season, winter has its own characteristic allergy problems. Thankfully, chiropractic care (a natural process with no drugs) is availabl

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Is Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Right For You?

  • Nov
  • 27th
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  • Dr. Scott
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Does your back hurt every time you bend? Do you find it difficult to stand up after sitting for long periods of time due to back pain? If your answer is ‘yes’, you are not alone. After osteoarthritis and skin disorders, back pain is the most common pain in the US. Whil

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Improve Your Health and Celebrate National Chiropractic Month this October

  • Oct
  • 10th
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  • Dr. Scott
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The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) has made October National Chiropractic Month. The ACA has an online set of tools to help you learn about the benefits of chiropractic care healing for almost all kinds of musculoskeletal pains. In most cases people take painkillers (

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